Following the death of the Saturn Vue and cancellation of the Vuick, Chevy is back for round three with the Captiva Sport.

Following the death of the Saturn Vue and cancellation of the Vuick, Chevrolet has announced plans to offer the Captiva Sport in the United States.

Essentially a rebadged Opel Antara, the Captiva Sport is a Mexican-made crossover which is aimed at fleet customers who demand "a contemporary five-seat crossover with a comprehensive range of features and amenities." As such, the model comes nicely equipped with air conditioning, power locks / windows, a six-speaker audio system and 17-inch aluminum wheels.

Under the hood, two engines will be available. The entry-level 2.4-liter Ecotec produces 182 hp (136 kW / 185 PS) and 172 lb-ft (233 Nm) of torque, while the 3.0-liter V6 develops 264 hp (197 kW / 268 PS) and 222 lb-ft (301 Nm) of torque. Both engines are paired to a six-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive is optional.

Look for the Captiva Sport to start showing up at airport rental offices sometime in the fourth quarter.

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